IT Operations Management offers free edition of operations utility tools (OpUtils) to address the need of small businesses.
Network administrators require operations utility tools to troubleshoot different network issues. Most of the utilities are commands that can be executed on command line interface (CLI). ManageEngine packaged the utilities as tools and bundled the essential IT operations tools as OpUtils free edition. This will make the job of the network administrator easier.
|Diagnostic Tools||Address Monitoring Tools||Network Monitoring Tool||SNMP Tools|
Ping tool finds whether a network device is alive or not. Few packets are sent to the device and the echo is observed. If the packets return back within a specified time, the ping is successful. You can configure the ping settings such as, number of packets, time to live, number of retries and timeout.
SNMP Ping tool helps you to find whether SNMP is enabled in a network device or not. Common MIB values are retrieved which the SNMP enabled network device is supposed to respond. They are DNS name, system name, location, system type, and system description.
The Proxy ping tool enables you to ping a target device using a Cisco router. The router acts as the proxy for the target device and responds to the ping request.
Trace Route tool traces the network route followed by the host device to access a destination device. You can configure the number of hops and timeout.
Network Scanner tool scans the entire range of IP Addresses to check the availability through ICMP/SNMP, check forward and reverse lookup and determine their MAC addresses.
DNS Resolver tool translates host name into IP Address and vice versa.
MAC Address Resolver tool resolves IP Address or Host Name to MAC Address and vice versa.
TCP Reset tool finds and resets the list of TCP connections established with the switches, routers, etc., in the network.
SNMP Graph tool gathers SNMP data in real time and draws graph for any SNMP device.
MIB Viewer tool retrieves and analyzes information about a MIB or a specific MIB OID/node from a MIB file.
Community Checker tool detects the read and write SNMP community strings of the devices in the network.